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Posted by Communications and Marketing on July 21, 2022 in News

Why sharks sometime attack humans
Dalhousie Expert: 
Fred Whoriskey, Department of Biology, executive director of Ocean Tracking Network.
Research Interests: Ecology and marine biology.
Contact Information: fwhoriskey@dal.ca

How to avoid great white sharks and what to do if you encounter one
Dalhousie Expert: 
Vanessa Schiliro, marine biology BSc (Hon) student.
Research Specialties: Great white shark safety, shark behaviour, shark education, awareness and conservation, ocean issues.
Contact: vn670925@dal.ca and (514) 244-1179

Research suggests female sharks may be controlling who fathers their offspring
Dalhousie Expert: 
Christopher Mull, Postdoctoral Fellow, Integrated Fisheries Lab, Department of Biology.
Research Specialties: Shark and ray biology, marine ecology, life history and reproduction,  neuroecology, toxicology.
Contact: creeas@gmail.com or (236) 878-6622